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Superintendent Marcie Flamand

Superintendent Marcie FlamandMarcie Flamand joined the Vancouver Police Department in 1987, after four years as a VPD Reserve police member. She has worked in a variety of assignments throughout her career, including Patrol, the Public Information Counter, Strike Force, Recruiting, and as a Neighbourhood Police Officer.

As a Duty Officer, she was on the front lines of policing overseeing all patrol districts. As Inspector for the Diversity and Indigenous Relations Section, she increased the section with the addition of a full-time LGBTQ2S+ Liaison Officer and oversaw numerous training and policy initiatives.

Superintendent Flamand has been a member of the VPD's Critical Incident Stress Management Team since 1999, and is the President of the BC Crime Prevention Association. She is a Trustee for the Vancouver Police Officers' Association, a committee member on the DTES SisterWatch program, and she has participated in the Pulling Together Canoe Journey.

Superintendent Flamand has a diploma in criminal justice from Langara, and associate certificates in leadership and police supervision from BCIT. In 2016, she received the Outstanding Alumni Award by Langara College. In 2017, the Diversity and Indigenous Relations Section was awarded the Diversity and Inclusion Award at the City Service Awards. Superintendent Flamand has received a Chief Constable’s Unit Citation for her work in the Recruiting Section, a Deputy Chief Constable’s Commendation for her work in Patrol, and she received her 20-year medal for exemplary police service in 2007. She enjoys running and travelling when not at work.

North Command - Operations Division

Superintendent Marcie Flamand is in charge of North Command in the Operations Division.

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